Actor Ernie Hudson said he was “over the moon” Wednesday after previewing “Ghostbusters: Frozen Empire,” the latest release in the “Ghostbusters” franchise set to be released March 22.

Hudson is reprising his role as Winston Zeddemore once again, having been a part of every “Ghostbusters” film since the original in 1984—and he continues to express enthusiasm for the series, which he said is kept alive by the fans.

“It's been over half my life—40 years. I mean, that's pretty amazing. And I just so love the fans who are like family, I mean, they turn their cars into ectomobiles and put on the jumpsuits and 40 years later, they're still doing it with the children,” Hudson said during an appearance on “Mornings On 1.”

The film, once again set in New York City, follows the team as they confront ghosts at some of the city’s most iconic locations – this time, trying to prevent a second ice age.

“It is a New York film. I mean, it's an amazing city—a city unlike anyplace else in the world. And I think ‘Ghostbusters’ sort of captures that. And if we're going to have to fight the forces of evil, New York seems to be the place to be,” he said.

In addition to the original cast from 1984, the film will feature some actors from 2021’s “Ghostbusters: Afterlife,” including Finn Wolfhard from “Stranger Things” and Paul Rudd. And Hudson described the experience of working with the new cast as seamless and enjoyable.

“I think when you work with people you really like, and you really respect, work is always a lot of fun. The new cast—Paul Rudd, Carrie Coons—they are amazing. And it's so wonderful to come and work with people who you know will be on point and you don't have to worry about it,” Hudson said. “I just have to bring my best and show up and it's just a great set and a great group of people to be with after all these years.”